The April 2020 aG Content Update
Our customers choose our indoor golf simulators for a variety of reasons. Residential clients enjoy our true-to-life experience and picture-in-picture feature. Instructors appreciate our laser-like precision. Clubs, universities, and indoor golf centers benefit from our wide array of entertainment options. We customize each aG Links simulator design for the client then measure, cut, and assemble them in the United States.
The one thing all our clients have in common is a desire to improve their game.
We accurately measure your shot, whether you’re hitting a drive or a short putt, thanks to the magic of machine vision. All our courses and games are three-dimensional, which means if you hit an obstacle with a golf ball, it impacts your shot as if you were playing outdoors. Our developers calculate the impact of wind, rain, and a ball hitting a tree—and every branch and leaf on the way down!
We believe practice should be as fun as it is informative. This month, we’ve released several updates sure to entertain and hone your skills.
aG Content has a game for every distance, age, and skill-level. Both kids and adults enjoy our mini-golf games, and people love working on their chip shot with bar games like beer pong and darts. Now we have ball striking games that challenge even the most experienced player.
Test your distance and accuracy by hitting an ever-narrowing target. This course falls away into the sea, creating a zone only the most skilled player can hit.
Force fields present unyielding obstacles to navigate with a draw, hook, or fade.
This game rewards your ability to control the shape of your shot.
Challenge a friend to keep up with you in a game reminiscent of basketball’s H-O-R-S-E. Choose from over 40 greens on a 360-degree arena and hit your ball onto a green. Your opponent’s ball must land on the same green. For every shot missed, a letter is awarded. Whoever spells F-O-R-E first loses.
A new take on capture the flag, each player must capture as much territory as possible by landing on greens. You can overtake your opponent’s flag by hitting their green closer to the pin.
Ryder Cup Venues
The Ryder Cup is one of our favorite tournaments, and we’re celebrating by releasing:
Gleneagles Centenary - Host Venue 2014
Hazeltine National - Host Venue 2016
Le Golf National L’Albatros - Host Venue 2018
Whistling Straits - The Straits - Host Venue 2020
Prepare for the event by playing rounds on courses from the past. You can even play with the pros while watching the 2020 Ryder Cup using our picture-in-picture feature.
This release’s new virtual golf courses include:
Dukes St. Andrews - 2014 International European Amateur Championship Golf Course
Hayden Lake - Hayden Lake Country Club 18-Hole Course
Brackett's Crossing - 2013 MGA Member Golf Course
Coeur d 'Alene - The Coeur d'Alene Resort Golf Course
The MB 360 Range
If you haven’t checked out Michael Breed’s new CBS Sports show, “Course Record with Michael Breed,” you should! Michael is one of the most renowned golf instructors and has many accolades.
We’ve used Michael’s input to create the ultimate 360-degree practice range with a variety of layouts, shot settings, and target locations so you can practice with every club in your bag.
The Modern Golf Experience
We know your time is precious. That’s why we provide the most performant experience on any aG Links simulator, give you a way to remotely connect to your game and a community of passionate golfers via aG Locker, and frequently release new aG Content like fresh courses and games for every skill level. Our platform is software-based and cloud-enabled, providing you ways to play the game anytime, anywhere, and with anyone.